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Easy-look chart: Who can now get a Covid vaccine pass in France?

Use our graphic to see which situation applies to you as the rules change today

Vaccine pass

France's vaccine pass is required for everyone aged 16 and over to enter the majority of leisure-orientated public venues Pic: sylv1rob1 / Shutterstock

A vaccine pass is required for everyone aged 16 and over to enter the majority of leisure-orientated public places in France.

This includes cafes, restaurants, bars, cinemas, theatres, museums, transport services, etc. 

A vaccine pass is proof of being fully vaccinated or having recovered from Covid. 

However, there are various different ways in which in person can obtain a valid pass. 

See our guide below, which is accurate as of February 15, 2022. 

It should be noted that everyone who has received a booster vaccine dose already has a valid vaccine pass, as long as they received the dose seven days ago or more. 

France’s domestic vaccine pass rules differ to its international rules regarding what constitutes fully vaccinated. 

Read more about what it means to be fully vaccinated in our travel rules article here:

Covid-19: Rules for travel to and from France

Related stories:

France ends pre-departure Covid test for all fully jabbed travellers

France to end mask rule in enclosed spaces where vaccine pass required

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